Multilingualism, Cultural Identity, and Education in Morocco


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  Sociolinguistics in Morocco

    The present work encompasses some major contributions to sociolinguistics in Morocco, a topic that is of considerable interest to students and academics in the areas of linguistics, stylistics, anthropology, sociology, psychology and education, as well as to policy makers.

    The contributions cover a broad range of topics such as language maintenance and language shift, multilingualism, language planning, Arabization, code switching, borrowing, language and sex, news language, and the place of French in Morocco.
The aim of this collection is to present articles documenting aspects of Moroccan sociolinguistics. I hope that this IJSL issue will stimulate students, professionals in the linguistic sciences, and educators in the fields of language and arts to undertake further research on language study, social interaction, and its application to policy making and language teaching.


   Details on the book:

  Title: Sociolinguistics in Morocco
  Editor: Moha Ennaji
  Publisher: Berlin, New York: Mouton de Gruyter
  Publication year: 1995
  Issue 112 of the International Journal of the Sociology of Language





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